312 East Main Street,
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Built in 1924 by George Huff as the Dreamland Theatre, later renamed the State Theatre in 1928, and finally became Roxy Theatre in 1931. It was a single screen 811-seat theatre with a balcony. The Roxy Theatre was the headquarters of the Stiefel Brothers Roxy Theater Circuit.
A second building was constructed next door in 1999 added 2 additional screens, accessible through the lobby of the original theatre. The main original screen today has 278 seats in the orchestra level and 70 seats at tables in the balcony.
The Roxy Theatre’s interior is a beautiful example of the Art Deco style. Two huge Art Deco murals were added by an Italian painter in late-1930’s on the interior walls of theatre. They were nicely restored and repainted in 1998.
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